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What should I feed my nine to twelve month old baby?
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Finger foods
Your nine month old may be interested in finger foods at this point.
Foods that you eat are often more interesting than jar foods. Avoid chocolate and egg white until a year. Appetite will vary day to day as growth slows a little. Continue massaging the gums with a soft cloth or brush as teeth erupt. Don't let baby fall asleep with a bottle or tooth decay will soon follow.

In brief: Finger foods
Your nine month old may be interested in finger foods at this point.
Foods that you eat are often more interesting than jar foods. Avoid chocolate and egg white until a year. Appetite will vary day to day as growth slows a little. Continue massaging the gums with a soft cloth or brush as teeth erupt. Don't let baby fall asleep with a bottle or tooth decay will soon follow.
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Laura Webb
Your child may be ready to start finger foods if you see them using their fingers to play with toys
Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
In brief: Everything
Once babies are this age, they are only limited by their ability to chew.
If it's small enough pieces so they will not choke, they can eat it. Jarred food is only good because of the convenience of the jar. Put whatever you happen to be eating in a food processor and give it to the baby! in the interest of good nutrition, though, avoid added sugars and fruit juices. These are bad nutrition.

In brief: Everything
Once babies are this age, they are only limited by their ability to chew.
If it's small enough pieces so they will not choke, they can eat it. Jarred food is only good because of the convenience of the jar. Put whatever you happen to be eating in a food processor and give it to the baby! in the interest of good nutrition, though, avoid added sugars and fruit juices. These are bad nutrition.
Dr. Bryan Levey
Dr. Bryan Levey
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